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Asia Pacific's influential impact on supply chains
30/Sep/2014 by Cathy Roberson.
Asia Pacific has shed its label as being known simply as a major export region and now offers a variety of opportunities for shippers and logistics providers alike.... read more
Don’t forget the returns
29/Sep/2014 by Cathy Roberson.
With the 2014 holiday season approaching the need to develop more efficient delivery networks is becoming increasingly pressing. Equally a sophisticated mechanism for returns is vital if the holiday season is to go off without a hitch, a realization which has led more and more companies to develop new returns systems.... read more
Goldman Sachs buys into Neovia despite debt load
29/Sep/2014 by Thomas Cullen.
Logistics, the company formerly known as Caterpillar Logistics Services, has seen the transfer of a majority of its equity from the ownership of the private equity company Platinum Equity to Goldman Sachs.... read more
New Asia is restructuring global trade
24/Sep/2014 by Mike King.
Almost everywhere in Asia there is economic dynamism and rapid change. Free trade is being embraced while a burgeoning Asian middle class has a new set of consumerist and, often, political demands. All this is reflected by huge implications for global trade, the logistics solutions that enable it and the supply/demand and rate expectations of transport providers and their customers.... read more
China's offer to India
23/Sep/2014 by Thomas Cullen.
India’s transport infrastructure has become the target for foreign policy initiatives by both Japan and China as they manoeuvre against each other and in the wider Asia region.... read more
Start-up looks to disrupt the same-day delivery market
22/Sep/2014 by Cathy Roberson.
In the US a number of business start ups have been trying to break into the express delivery market with new operational models. They seek to disrupt the existing market in order to make space for their own operations.... read more
Are the Asian 'tiger cubs' missing a member?
22/Sep/2014 by David Buckby.
Asia Pacific has long been of interest to logistics providers thanks to the region’s appetite for export-driven economic growth, first came the four Asian ‘tigers’ and now the next generation, termed the ‘tiger cub’ economies are developing as logistics intensive export driven economies too, providing great opportunities for LSPs.... read more
FedEx starts the new fiscal year on a strong note
18/Sep/2014 by Cathy Roberson.
began its fiscal year on a strong note with revenue for the first quarter August 30, up 6% to $11.7bn and recorded revenue, profit and volume gains in all divisions.... read more
Africa's growing trade preference with Asia
18/Sep/2014 by Cathy Roberson.
South-South trade is on the rise. According to UNCTAD, total developing economies' exports now account for 45% of the world total, a trend which is most evident between Asia and Africa as emerging markets continue to play a larger role in global trade.... read more
Big gains in Index indicate strong finish for 2014
17/Sep/2014 by Cathy Roberson.
The Stifel Logistics Confidence Index increased at its fastest pace in September, climbing 3.5 points from August to 59.2. Both the present and expected situations noted healthy gains increasing 3.2 and 3.9 points to 56.7 and 61.8 respectively.... read more
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